Italian GP Practice One: Charles Leclerc ahead, Sergio Perez crashesCat:未分類

The Charles Leclerc of ferrari Put the pace to the Italian GP weekend on a drying Monza track at the Ending of an incident-filled opening practice session

Following an overnight storm and morning rain, F1’s fastest circuit had been reduced on grip during the 90 minutes of running that is P1 and drivers found the going really ambitious. Sergio Perez crashed his twitch Point, Kimi Raikkonen beached his Alfa Romeo, also motorists spun or ran wide. The circuit steadily dried and at the closing minutes drivers were able to use slick tyres, shuffling that the timesheet. However, it was F1’s newest race winner – and the weekend’s favorite for the race win – who topped the charts, together with Leclerc’s closing lap taking him to a best lap of 1:27.905. Sky F1 GP TV times The Most Current Martin Brundle column Watch the race on NOW TV for #9.99 Lando Norris and mcLaren set Carlos Sainz finished third and second respectively. World championship leader Lewis Hamilton was with Alex Albon the lead Red Bull in fifth. Tricky Monza catches drivers out Raikkonen had been the primary driver to spin in the gravel as he set the power down into his Alfa Romeo in a try to exit the Parabolica, the quick and long corner of Monza. When he struck the barriers exiting the Ascari chicane after a red flag Racing Point’s Perez immediately triggered a different one. “We had the red flag I was in the time of warming up the tyres, which were chilly,” Perez told Sky F1. “It is hard to find traction on this particular mill, but perhaps not a lot of drivers have dropped. “It is obviously quite hard out there, the grip is really low.” More to follow… Do not miss the GP this weekend Sky Sports F1. Find out more here to subscribe Read more here: